The weather is freakishly warm in England at the moment, which my body is appreciating as I'm not so cold all the time! I'm enjoying a lot of walks and have been reading quite a bit. I discovered Fearne Cotton's books Happy, Calm and Quiet, and am really enjoying them. Book reviews will follow on my blog soon as I feel that many of us with thyroid conditions could benefit from feeling less stressed and more well balanced.

As promised in the last newsletter, I have written up a new general update blog as well as one on how I got my Hashimoto's in to remission. - It was a shock for me too!

I've also had a few guest posts on my website lately which offer that alternative voice and point of view that many of you like, so be sure to check them out. We have Katie from Thyroid Thinker and Victoria from The Butterfly Effect Blog

With the arrival of March, we see Autoimmune Disease Awareness Month, which is great for raising awareness on autoimmune thyroid disease, such as Graves' and Hashimoto's.

Thyroid love x

Rachel, The Invisible Hypothyroidism


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